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Re: SSH and WinCVS

From: James Knowles
Subject: Re: SSH and WinCVS
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 09:40:41 -0700

> Yes, I generated a new keypair. It's odd, because I can connect via command
> line ssh from the Win2k box with no password prompt, which I assume means
> that the key is working.

Odd... obviously the keys are working.

What are you using for the Windows ssh client?
Did you ensure you're using a recent sshd per Stephan Feder's suggestion?
Which version of WinCVS are you working? 

Getting things to work can be frustring at times. I found that I kept
running into problems when installing on a new machine, which is why I spent
all that time writing up my step-by-step notes for me to follow. 

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